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Arena magazine - Volume 33


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The Arena magazine
Volume 33, January through June 1905 (Whole Nos. 182-187)
B.O. Flower, editor
Published by Albert Brandt, Publisher, Trenton, NJ
Published in the USA prior to 1923, public domain.

KEY CONTENTS:
pg. 1 - Rudolph Blankenburg: "40 Years in the Wilderness; or, Masters and Rulers of 'the Freemen' of Pennsylvania" (Part 1)
pg. 11 - Edwin Maxey: "George Frisbie Hoar"
pg. 13 - E.P. Powell: "The Struggle of Autocracy with Democracy in the Early Days of the Republic"
pg. 31 - J. Henniker Heaton: "The Postal Savings-Banks of Great Britain; or, How the Government of England Fosters Saving among the Poor"
pg. 38 - Owen R. Lovejoy: "The Social Message of Emerson"
pg. 43 - Lee Meriwether: "The Reign of Boodle and the Rape of the Ballot in St. Louis"
pg. 53 - G.W. Galvin: "Justice for the Criminal"
pg. 59 - B.O. Flower: "A Pioneer Newspaper Cartoonist" (Charles L. Bartholomew)
pg. 84 - "Politics, the People, and the Trusts as Seen by Cartoonists"
pg. 113 - Rudolph Blankenburg: "40 Years in the Wilderness; or, Masters and Rulers of 'the Freemen' of Pennsylvania" (Part 2)
pg. 128 - Clinton Rogers Woodruff: "The Expansion of Municipal Activities"
pg. 134 - M. Alger: "Public Control of the Liquor Traffic in Sweden and Norway"
pg. 142 - Theodore Schroeder: "The Impurity of Divorce Suppression"
pg. 147 - W.G. Joerns: "The Armour Refrigerator-Car Conspiracy Exposed; or, A Crisis in Interstate Commerce Regulation"
pg. 161 - Edward Campbell: "The Russo-Japanese War from a Pro-Russian Viewpoint"
pg. 165 - Edwin Maxey: "A Reply from the Viewpoints of the Facts in the Case"
pg. 171 - B.O. Flower: "Garnet Warren: Cartoonist"
pg. 196 - "Politics, the People, and the Trusts as Seen by Cartoonists"
pg. 200 - B.O. Flower: "Editorial: Are Our People Enjoying 'Noteworthy Prosperity'"
pg. 225 - Rudolph Blankenburg: "40 Years in the Wilderness; or, Masters and Rulers of 'the Freemen' of Pennsylvania" (Part 3)
pg. 239 - Frances Hardin Hess: "A Pen-Picture of a Great Radical Meeting in Paris" (Socialists)
pg. 242 - David Graham Phillips: "The New School of Socialism in Europe"
pg. 251 - Archibald Henderson: "Gerhart Hauptmann: Social Idealist"
pg. 258 - J.C. Gray: "The Present Status of Cooperation in Great Britain"
pg. 262 - Henry Gaines Hawn: "The Divorce Problem: A Suggestion"
pg. 267 - Eltweed Pomeroy: "The Nevada Referendum Victory as an Illustration of Democratic Progress"
pg. 279 - B.O. Flower: "How Four Men Rescued a City from Entrenched Corruption; or, The Rise, Dominance, and Downfall of the Tweed Ring"
pg. 306 - "Politics, the People, and the Trusts as Seen by Cartoonists"
pg. 345 - Rudolph Blankenburg: "40 Years in the Wilderness; or, Masters and Rulers of 'the Freemen' of Pennsylvania" (Part 4)
pg. 361 - Clara Bewick Colby: "What the Second City of Great Britain is Doing for Her People; or, Where Municipal Ownership is in Full Flower" (Glasgow, Scotland)
pg. 369 - O.K. Hewes: "Switzerland and Her Ideal Government; or, Direct Legislation in the Alpine Republic"
pg. 377 - Wolstan R. Brown: "Municipal Ownership and League Organization"
pg. 382 - Charles Frederick Holder: "The Quaker and the Puritan: A Thrilling Passage in Colonial History"
pg. 392 - B.O. Flower: "Ryan Walker: A Cartoonist of Social Protest"
pg. 406 - E.P. Powell: "The Second Great Struggle Between Autocracy and Democracy in the Republic"
pg. 410 - Edwin Maxey: "The First Great Arbitration Treaty" (1871 Anglo-American Treaty)
pg. 413 - Kate Richards O'Hare: "Is Divorce a Forward or a Backward Step?"
pg. 428 - "Politics, the People, and the Trusts as Seen by Cartoonists"
pg. 457 - Rudolph Blankenburg: "40 Years in the Wilderness; or, Masters and Rulers of 'the Freemen' of Pennsylvania" (Part 5)
pg. 482 - Charles Borgraud: "Practical Results Which Have Attended the Introduction of the Referendum in Switzerland"
pg. 486 - Goerge F. Pentecost: "America in the Philippines"
pg. 493 - Kiichi Kaneko: "Japan as Viewed by a Native Socialist"
pg. 500 - Philip Eastman: "The Kansas State Refinery Bill and Its Significance"
pg. 505 - Edwin Maxey: "Our Policy Toward China"
pg. 510 - F.J. Cabot: "Is Trial By Jury, In Criminal Cases, a Failure?"
pg. 522 - Linton Satterthwait: "Common Sense on the Railroad Question"
pg. 533 - "Politics, the People, and the Trusts as Seen by Cartoonists"
pg. 569 - Rudolph Blankenburg: "40 Years in the Wilderness; or, Masters and Rulers of 'the Freemen' of Pennsylvania" (Part 6)
pg. 583 - B.O. Flower: "Frederick Opper: A Cartoonist of Democracy"
pg. 593 - W.A. Corey: "The Benjamin Fay Mills Movement in Los Angeles"
pg. 596 - Frank Parsons: "Municipal Ownership Methods"
pg. 600 - William Lee Howard (ed.): "In Prison and in Exile: The Experience of a Russian Student"
pg. 615 - Frederic M. Noa: "The Commerce of Latin America: A Magnificent Field Neglected by the United States"
pg. 624 - W.G. Joerns: "Juggling with Facts and Figures about Transportation; or, How the Railway Interests and Their Special-Pleaders are Seeking to Deceive the People"
pg. 634 - William W. Bates: The Constitutional Rights of American Shipping"
pg. 644 - "Politics, the People, and the Trusts as Seen by Cartoonists"

pg. 677 - *** SUBJECT INDEX ***

pdf pg. 731 - Front cover of June 1905 Issue


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